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Does Foreign Steel Threaten U.S. Security?

Trump and executives in the Oval Office after Ross (far left) initiated a probe of steel imports

• Trump invokes an obscure trade law to find out

• “It almost seems to be a blank check”

Surrounded by top steel executives in the Oval Office, President Donald Trump gave a speech in April that painted a grim picture of the U.S. steel industry. For decades, he said, American steel companies have been under siege from foreign competitors “who have made a living off taking advantage” of lax trade laws, flooding the U.S. with cheap steel

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